Racing Tips for Saturday the 17th of March 2018

March 17, 2018 March 17, 2018 Claire Aleman
Today's Racing Tips

I hope you had some luck on any horses that you bet on this last week at the Cheltenham Festival, however if not then I am going to be passing onto you a few tips for the races scheduled to take place today.

There are plenty of racecourse holding meetings this afternoon, however I have chosen to showcase to you horse racing tips from the racecourse that are covered by most betting sites, bookmaker’s sites and betting apps.

By doing so you are going to find it easier to shop around and compare the odds available and may just be able to secure some slightly higher odds when you do shop around.

If you are reading this new story nice and early in the morning, then keep in mind several different betting sites are going to be offering early prices on all races today, and many of those betting sites will be offering you best odds guarantees on those horse races too.

Anyway, let me start off by giving you a tip in the very first race of the day at the Uttoxeter racecourse that being the 13:50 race, having spent some time looking through the make up of that race and the form of the horses tacking part in it I do think that Mozo is the horse that has the skill and ability to win that race.

However, the odds on Mozo to win are not that huge, for they are currently 13/8, but I have a sneaky suspicion that those odds will drop in value as the start time of the race approaches, so do get your bets on nice and early to secure those odds is my advice!

Top Tips at Kempton Racecourse

There is a packed race card over at the Kempton racecourse today, and as such there are going to be no shortages of horses that you an place at bet on at that course today, however if the first race that being the Kempton 13:30 race I like the look of Distingo, there is a lot to like about the way that horse rides and at odds of 4/1 there is some value to be had betting on it for sure.

Taking a look at the Kempton 14:05 race, that is where I think that the favourite is looking like a good thing, obviously being the favourite the odds are not going to be as tempting as one some of the other horse isn’t hat race,  that favourite is Copain De Classe and the best odds I have so far seen are 5/4 but do hunt around a you may find some slightly better odds available when you do so.

Fast forward to the last race of the day that being the Kempton 17:00, there is only one horse I would be tempted to place my hard-earned money on in that race at that is Mister Fisher, and if that is something that you are interested in doing the best odds available currently are 6/4.

Possible Winners at Fontwell Racecourse Today

There is one other racecourse that I want to give you a  few tips from today, and that racecourse is Fontwell, and early indications are that the race meeting is going to go ahead as normal but it is going to be a very chilly day so make sure you do wrap up warm if you are thinking of paying the racecourse a visit.

Looking at the very first race of the day at that racecourse, that being the Fontwell 13:40 race, it is very hard to see past the current favourite that being Big Robin  , for it does appear it is going to take this race in its stride and as such should win by quite a few lengths and the current odds are 8/11.

My nap of the day is in the Fontwell 15:25 race, and I am more than convinced that King Uther is going to romp home, and if that is something you are prepared to bet on then the odds of that happening are in my opinion very generous at some 2/1!

I am not sure if you are going to be around until the final race of the day at Fontwell, but if you are then it is hard to see anything other than the favourite winning the Fontwell 17:10 race it is of course a three-horse race but with the favourite being Fizzlestix at odds of 10/11, that is where my money is going.

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Claire Aleman


Claire Aleman has been with us from the start and is passionate about fair gaming, and asking those in charge very challenging questions, and questions they tend not to want to be asked.

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